Wonderful Activities to do in Singapore
Singapore is a beautiful Garden City, which is also known as Lion City. As a modern country with diverse culture, you will experience the tradition and fashion in Singapore. You will also feel the charming and beauty of this Garden City. It is not only a Garden City, but also a city in the garden. As a world-famous destination, there are wonderful activities you can experience in Singapore as following.
- The Southern Ridges: Best Place for Hiking Enthusiasts
- National Gallery Singapore: Best Place to Experience the Beauty of Art
- Chinatown Singapore: Tasting Delicious Food
- Jewel Changi: A Different Airport
- Kampong Gelam: Place to Experience the Diverse Culture of Singapore
- Gardens by the Bay: Charming of Garden City
Address: Henderson Road, Mount Faber Park, Telok Blangah Hill Park, Singapore 099203
The Southern Ridges is composed by mountain ridges, walkways and bridges. It is about 10 kilometers long, with many rare plants and animals. At the top of the Southern Ridges, you can have a panoramic view of Singapore, the harbour and southern islands. It is the best destination for hiking and cycling lovers.
The Southern Ridges connect 4 parks, which make it characteristic. It links Mount Faber Park, Telok Blangah Hill Park, Kent Ridge Park and HortPark. The Henderson Waves is a 274-meter footbridge, which connects Telok Blangah Hill Park and Mount Faber Park. With unique waves’ structure, it attracts many tourists to enjoy the sunset here.
Our recommended route is from Kent Ridge Park-Mount- HortPark- Telok Blangah Hill ParkFaber Park. The start point is Kent Ridge MRT, and the end point is HarbourFront MRT.
Address: 1 St Andrew’s Road #01-01, Singapore 178957
Opened in 2015, National Gallery Singapore is renovated by former Singapore High Court of Justice and Singapore Government Building. National Gallery Singapore is the first gallery to show and research the Southeast Asia from 19th century, making Singapore occupy a place in the field of international visual arts. It is also the largest museum in Singapore.
National Gallery Singapore covers 60,000 square meters, the exhibition hall covers 18,000 square meters, and the rest are used for public purposes such as diet, interaction and leisure.
There are 2 permanent exhibition halls in National Gallery Singapore, Development Bank of Singapore Exhibition Hall and Southeast Asia Exhibition Hall. Development Bank of Singapore Exhibition Hall is dedicated to displaying works with far-reaching influence in Singapore's art history and highlighting the artistic achievements of Singapore artists.
Address: 2 Banda Street, Singapore 059962
At Chinatown Singapore, you can not only experience the history and culture of Singapore, but also taste the various delicious food. At Chinatown Singapore, you can start your day at the YaKun Kaya Toast, tasting the famous toast and coffee as your breakfast. You can’t miss Bak Kut Teh if you come to Singapore.
Song Fa Bak Kut Teh, Mechelin Bib Gourmand Winner, provides you delicious Bak Kut Teh of Singapore. Another Michelin Bib Gourmand is Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice, it is also recommended. Sometimes you need to wait in line here at Maxwell Food Centre.
If you want to taste Chinese food, you can go to Chinatown Complex Food Centre. Jin Ji Teochew Braised Duck & Way Chap is a good choice. As for drinking, Native provides you special Peranakan Cocktail inspired by nyonya cuisine.
Address: Changi Airport, Airport Boulevard, Singapore
Can you imagine that an airport is an attraction itself? Jewel Changi is this special example. You can see the highest indoor waterfall, HSBC Rain Vortex at Jewel Changi. And you can see the stunning image of water pouring down from the height of a 7-storey building.
At day, you can see a splendid indoor waterfall at the heart of the Jewel Changi. At night, the HSBC Rain Vortex is more gorgeous with the lights and sounds. It is just like a Light&Sound Show, visitors can enjoy the colorful show at the Jewel Changi.
SHISEIDO Forest Valley provide you a green world, you just immerse yourself in this garden and experience the beauty of the Garden City.
Address: 3 Muscat Street, Singapore 198833
Kampong Gelam is one of the oldest districts in Singapore. It is a Muslim community in Singapore. In Malay, kampong means village, and gelam refers to gelam tree. Muslims will gather at the Kandahar Street and celebrate the Maulidur Rasul.
And if you want to enter the temple, you should wear upper garment with long sleeve, long trousers and long skirt. Sultan Mosque is a Muslim mosque, which was built in 1824 by Sultan Hussein Shah. As an important religious building, you can feel the diverse culture of Singapore through visiting Sultan Mosque.
Address: 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953
Flower Dome and Cloud Forest are 2 futuristic architectures in the Gardens by the Bay, which shows the concept of green and sustainable development. There are more than 32,000 plants with 160 species in the Flower Dome. The water falls from 30-meter Cloud Mountain, it is like a wonderland with the fog.
The Supertree is also very splendid. Walk on the 128-meter OCBC Skyway and overlook the garden. The Supertree Observatory is located in the highest Supertree, you can enjoy the stunning view of Marina Bay at the height of 50 meters. You can watch the Garden Rhapsody at night and experience the gorgeous view of the 18 Supertrees. That will be an amazing experience.